Sound Salvation (Music)
Fri May 20th 2011 7.00am–10.00am
N=music new at the station.
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Time zone: central
Kris Kristofferson “Blame It On the Stones”
from Kristofferson (Monument / Legacy 1970) —I had completely forgotten this little gem until somebody posted it on Facebook the other day; ah, remember the early days of the culture war? How innocent it all seemed.
The Rolling Stones “Prodigal Son”
from Beggars Banquet (London 1968) —There was us - and by us, I mean the young people - and there was them - you know, the ones who were told old to understand.
Levon Helm “Ophelia”
from Ramble at the Ryman (Vanguard 2011) N —Levon Helm brought a gigantic band with horn section and all to the Ryman to play a bunch of Band classics and other great songs. Yeah, I'll listen to that.
NRBQ “Here I Am”
from Keep This Love (clang 2011) N —The Terry Adams Rock & Roll Quartet has assumed the mantle of Adams' previous band, NRBQ - this song was co-written by St. Louisian Scott Ligon.
Pelvic Girdles “Simple”
from Sad Hammer (self 2011) N L —I've been playing this album in my car the past couple days - excellent job by this St. Louis band.
Carole King “Music” (Ode 1971) —I woke up with this ditty in my head the other day - now it's in yours.
Paul Simon “So Beautiful or So What” (Universal unk 2011) N —Life is what we make of it, so beautiful or so what.
Humble Pie “C'mon Everybody”
from Smokin' (A&M Records 1972) —Thanks to Said Parker for reminding me of this cool little cover (with some cowbell).
Bleu “Singin' In Tongues”
from Four (The Major Label 2010) —He'll be playing tomorrow afternoon at Euclid Records at 3 pm. I'll be there.
Cheri Knight “The Knitter” (East Side Digital 1998) —I somehow missed this gem of an album back when it came out, but it's chock full of terrific songs.
Warren Haynes “River's Gonna Rise”
from Man In Motion (stax 2011) N —After hearing about how great it was, I'm sorry I didn't catch this guy at the Pageant the other night.
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